Applicant must be at least eighteen (18) years old or older as determined from the applicant's date of birth.
Applicants that answer “No” to question, “Are you a US Citizen?” must send proof of legal work authority to the state.
Applicant must use Non-Resident Renewal (NRR) application until thirty (30) days past expiration date. Five (5) years after expiration, applicant must reapply as new.
Applicants with serious RIRS actions or SAD actions applications will be deferred to the state for review.
Applicant applying for producer with agricultural, marine and transportation, surety, and/or vehicle lines of authority (LOAs) must actively hold producer property and casualty LOAs or be applying for property and casualty at the same time.
Applicant applying for variable must hold an active life LOA or be applying for life simultaneously within the same license class.
Authorized person may not be held simultaneously with any license type outside of attorney-in-fact.
Authorized persons must be a Designated Responsible Licensed Producer (DRLP) of a business entity.
Applicant applying for authorized representative must have an appointment with an insurer for this license to become valid. Please be sure to submit application for appointment once the license is approved and is displaying the Producer Database (PDB). If the license is not displaying the PDB, the appointment will be declined.
Independent adjusters and public adjusters may not hold any other license type concurrently.
Surplus lines broker applicants must hold an active producer or authorized representative and have $25,000.00 bond. Applications will be deferred to state for verification.
Applicants with a resident license in Guam are unable to apply electronically for Puerto Rico licenses. Please contact Puerto Rico directly to apply for a license or amend.
Suspended and revoked licenses in any state must contact Puerto Rico directly to apply for a license or amend.
If applicant responds "yes" to one of the background questions please submit supporting documents electronically via NIPR's Attachments Warehouse. The documents may also be submitted to the state via mail, email, or fax.